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There  are  numerous
Instructions  and  Documents.
2.1.4
applicable instructions and documents which provide direction and
guidance with respect to the maintenance of shore-based hyperbaric
These  instructions  and  documents  include  both
facilities.
A current reference library of
government and civilian sources.
these instructions and documents (primarily codes, standards and
specifications) is necessary to properly maintain, repair, operate
and provision any hyperbaric facility. Appendix A, of this manual,
contains a listing of these applicable instructions and documents.
Operating  and  Emergency  Procedures.
2.1.5
Operating
(OPs)  and  emergency  procedures  (EPs)  are  locally
procedures
Prior to their use, however, they shall be
prepared documents.
OPs  and  EPs  contain  written
approved  by  the  NAVFAC  SCA.
instructions  and  checklists  that  provide  the  occupants  a n d
operators of a hyperbaric facility with a detailed safe sequence
operating
emergency
and
for
all
normal
operations
of
Appendix B provides specific guidance concerning
modes/profiles.
the requirements and development of OPs and EPs.
Operating
and
Facility
Manuals.
Hyperbaric
2.1.6
Maintenance (O&M) manuals are developed by the builder of the
system or the command.  Updates to O&M manuals are handled by the
command  directly  or  under  contract  as  part  of  the  facility
O&M  manuals  contain  information  for  facility
acquisition.
operation and maintenance and/or provide specific reference to the
source documents required.  O&M manuals shall include, but not be
limited to the following:  a system layout showing piping, valves,
and controls; wiring and control diagrams with data to explain
detailed  operation  and  control  of  each  component;  a  control
sequence describing start-up, operation and shutdown; a detailed
description of the function of each principal component of the
system; the procedure for lining up and starting: the procedure for
installation  instructions:
instructions;
shutdown
operating;
schedule
lubrication
instructions:
maintenance  and  overhaul
including type, grade, temperature range, and frequency; safety
procedures;
illustrations;  test
and
diagrams,
precautions;
The manual shall be complete
performance data; and parts lists.
in  all  respects  for  all  equipment,  controls,  accessories,  and
associated appurtenances provided.
These  are  "Diving  Advisory"
AIG  239  Messages.
2.1.7
messages which are sent to all commands with an assigned U.S. Navy
diving locker (AIG 239). Message topics include: interim change's
to  the  diving  manual,  equipment  and  component  deficiencies,
procurement  guidance  for  components  and  consumables,  diver  and
chamber operator training, maintenance criteria for components and
systems,  potential  safety  hazards,  and  operational  guidance.
Commands not on distribution for AIG 239 messages can request
copies from NAVSEA OOC.
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